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built over a 30 year period
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The PRINTED VERSION of our Will Kit includes forms for two people to make a Will.
And our ONLINE VERSION of the Will Kit allows you to make multiple Wills too.
Get the latest edition of the DIY Will Kit that we originated in the 1980's
- which makes it the most popular and widely-used Will Kit in Australia
(and ranked No. 1 in an independent survey).
Our DIY Australian Will Kit shows you how to make a Will you understand - with no lawyer fees .
It will help you:
Both versions lead to the same end result - a printed Will that you store wherever it suits you.
The information in both versions is essentially the same, and both can be used for two people to make a Will.
With the printed book you get
Pre-printed forms that you can fill out by hand. (Or you can use a computer to slot your details into the spaces on the forms).
There are enough blank forms for two people to make a Will.
You also get free access to downloads to help you organise your Will, including:
With the ONLINE version you get the same content as in the printed version, but the information is presented on-screen as shown on the right.
A user friendly feature - an expandable Table of Contents on the left and the detail for each subject on the right.
Another useful feature ; a super-fast search function that lets you quickly locate all references to a particular word or phrase - the modern way to find information
The ONLINE Will Kit also gives you:
The online Will Kit lives on our website - where you access it for 60 days to make your Will. (But note that the Will you make does NOT live on our website - you make it and store it on your own computer where you can edit it in the future).
Our downloadable forms use industry standard formats - including MSword DOC / DOCX and/or PDF.
so your computer needs to be able to handle PDF and either DOC or DOCX formats.
For further detail see "More detail on editable will form files" above - Mac users especially.
For further detail and some test files see more on file formats (opens in a new page which you can close).
- let's talk about Wills. For a start - why make a Will anyway?